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Apps: Synergy, iBackup, SEEdit Maxi

updated 03:25 pm EST, Fri February 17, 2006

Synergy, iBackup, SEEdit

  • Synergy 2.5 ($10) updates the iTunes accessory, fixing an issue related to using half-star ratings in iTunes 6.0.2 or later. Synergy is a small Cocoa application for Mac OS X 10.2 or later that adds three buttons to control iTunes in the menubar: previous track, next track, and play/pause. The application also provides users with visual feedback about the tune currently playing. [Download - 1.3MB]

  • iBackup 5.0.1 (free) is an easy-to-use backup/restore utility for scheduled backups of files, folders, applications, and system preferences. iBackup is available as a Universal Binary, making it compatible with Apple's Intel Macs. Features include scheduled backups, multiple selection of items, the ability to copy only modified items, and more. The software supports Dutch, English, German, French, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, and Spanish. [Download - 2.1MB]

  • SEEdit Maxi 3.7 ($30) updates the XHTML editor, adding an "Insert Color" item to the Insert menu and Anchors to the "Insert Link" tool. SEEdit Maxi features modifiable templates, an advanced tag editor that handles classes, a link creator, syntax checking, and colored syntax. The application supports BBEdit, TextWrangler, and DreamWeaver. SEEdit Maxi 3.7 also includes "Quick Insert CSS," line numbers, line preview, an auto-complete dictionary for text/HTML/CSS, multi-language support, and an RSS news feed tool. [Download - 2.8MB]

  • DX Toolbox 2.6.0 ($25) searches the Web to gather information on solar and geomagnetic conditions that affect radio propagation. DX Toolbox includes several propagation forecasting tools, and is designed for ham radio operators as well as other radio enthusiasts. The application displays in real-time information such as solar flux, A-index, K-index, sun spot number, X-ray flux levels, X-ray flares, solar wind, and more. [Download - 3.2MB]

  • Hardware Monitor 3.3 (7) reads out all available hardware sensors in Macintosh computers, supporting more than 100 different hardware sensors and over 200 hard drive temperature sensors. The application can display and visualize measured values in numerous ways, and can store as well as export readings. Additional supported sensor types include battery sensors on portable computers, voltage sensors, current--or amperage--sensors, fan speed sensors, sensors for pulse-width controlled fans, power/load sensors, and ambient light sensors. [Download - 2.4MB]

  • QuickKeys X3 ($80) offers flexible tools to automate time-consuming and repetitive tasks. The application includes hot keys, timers, and custom toolbars to allow customization. Version 3 features a redesigned interface, public shortcuts, more logic, more variables, and features shortcuts as files. The update also offers improved recording/playback, subscopes, text tools, printer switching, and more. [Download - [form]]




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